Ranking of Maryland Counties By Average Weekly Wage in 2010 Q1

Updated on December 31, 2023.

According to data from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, in 2010 Q1, the average weekly wage for Maryland was $975. Among all Maryland counties, Montgomery County had the highest average weekly wage ($1.26K), followed by Howard County ($1.07K), and St. Mary's County ($1.05K).

On the other hand, Garrett County had the lowest average weekly wage ($544), followed by Worcester County ($558), and Caroline County ($588).

The chart below shows the top 10 counties with high average weekly wage, and the table below shows the ranking of all Maryland counties.

You can also see similar ranking of counties information for other states as well as for all counties in the United States.

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Ranking of Maryland Counties By Average Weekly Wage in 2010 Q1
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Ranking of Maryland Counties By Average Weekly Wage in 2010 Q1
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Rank County Average Weekly Wage ($)
1 Montgomery County 1262
2 Howard County 1068
3 St. Mary's County 1052
4 Baltimore city 1041
5 Anne Arundel County 944
6 Prince George's County 915
7 Baltimore County 900
8 Frederick County 853
9 Calvert County 819
10 Harford County 805
11 Charles County 730
12 Cecil County 718
13 Somerset County 681
14 Washington County 668
15 Talbot County 664
16 Wicomico County 660
17 Carroll County 655
18 Kent County 633
19 Allegany County 630
20 Dorchester County 622
21 Queen Anne's County 604
22 Caroline County 588
23 Worcester County 558
24 Garrett County 544